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I lived in Wisconsin for about 8 years and did bird surveys for USGS and the NPS. July 4th is too late to see anything really good along the Mississippi River Valley, but if you can make it up north, the birding should still be decent. I did bird surveys at the Apostle Islands National Park, in Bayfield, WI. There will tons of Warblers, Thrushes, Vireos, Waterfowl, Shorebirds, Eagles, and Cormorants. It is a park that is completely made of Islands on Lake Superior, with a stretch of trails and a beach on the mainland. There are ferrys that can take you to some of the islands to bird watch.

http://www.nps.gov/apis/index.htm

Hope this helps. I absolutely loved it up there and would recommend going there to anyone!


Lacy Koch 
Kansas City, MO


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From: Missouri Wild Bird Forum [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Kathleen Anderson
Sent: Sunday, February 19, 2012 1:11 PM
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Subject: birding in Wisconsin - no sightings

Has anybody gone birding in Wisconsin.  And we are thinking of around July 4 which is probably not the most ideal time.  
Any advice would be appreciated.  Please reply off list. 
Thank you,
Kathleen Anderson, Columbia

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